Euro Football

FAI talks with Uefa over financial issues ‘constructive’ – Ross

The FAI’s executive lead Paul Cooke (right) had admitted that the association could potentially face liquidation if they cannot get their financial issues sorted

The crisis-hit Football Association of Ireland is “on a pathway to a possible solution”, says Irish Sports Minister Shane Ross after meeting with Uefa.

The FAI is at risk of insolvency amid a financial crisis and outgoing president Donal Conway said the association’s situation was “bleak but fixable”.

It was revealed in December that the FAI face debts of up to 62m euro.

Speaking to RTE